The state recorded the second day in a row of record-setting numbers of new cases that have followed weeks of increasing virus cases.
- Maine’s spike in COVID-19 cases is likely to continue for the foreseeable future, Maine CDC Director Nirav Shah said.
- None of the new cases the Maine CDC reported Thursday are linked to any known outbreaks.
The actions the school had taken in the weeks before were also important to preventing the virus’ spread.
In a note posted to the Treworgy Family Orchards website on Tuesday, the business said that it was initially told “this would be a small, unpublicized, surprise, private, photo op which gave us no cause for alarm.”
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